in particular the relationship between the rash and other symptoms. The review of systems focused on the symptoms of the disease-causing

including gastrointestinal symptoms (on immunoglobulin A-associated vasculitis [formerly Purpura Henoch] or hemolytic uremic syndrome indicate)

Joint pain (on immunoglobulin A-associated vasculitis or Lyme’s disease indicate)

Headaches or neurological symptoms (suggestive of meningitis or Lyme disease). The history should include all recently ingested drugs

Health Life Media Team

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